UK-designed and -owned, Cfast (Cosmetically Focused Adult Straight Teeth) is a fast, minimally-invasive and discreet system that straightens the front six teeth in about six months.
With devices priced at only £199, cheaper than other short term orthodontic providers, Cfast makes a great smile affordable for more patients, as well as providing a new revenue stream for the practice.
Cfast offers a choice of removable and fixed appliances, so you are not restricted to just one system. It is also kinder to the patients’ occlusion than most other systems, and therefore more appropriate for general dental practice, while its unique retention protocol allows for predictable long-term results.
Speaking about the award, Gary Dickenson, Cfast’s CEO, commented: ‘We at Cfast are so proud to have won the Best Cosmetic Dentistry Product award. Thank you so much to everyone who voted for us.
‘We have known all along that we have a fabulous orthodontic appliance, and are delighted this has been recognised by the industry and general public alike. We are now very excited to build on this success, and to continue to deliver fast, outstanding cosmetic results for patients at incredible value, as well as customer service that is second to none.’
The MyFaceMyBody Awards recognise and reward brands for their product innovation, effectiveness and popularity. Attended by leading health and beauty professionals, beauty brands, journalists, TV personalities and celebrities, it is an event not to be missed.
Stephen Handisides, creator of the Awards, said: ‘We were overjoyed that so many outstanding brands, companies and personalities took part. This meant competition was fierce and the judges really did agonise over their decisions. It was a struggle to create a shortlist for consumers to vote on.’
It was then over to the general public who, by choosing their favourites, put Cfast firmly in the spotlight on the night.
From left to right:
Dr Iain Morrison (Clinical mentor and lecturer), Rhian Tarling (Graphic designer), Gary Dickenson, CEO, Dr Nick Simon (Clinical mentor and lecturer)